NDMC demands building plan clearance and fire NOC details from zonal authorities within 48 hours of the Mundka fire.

North Delhi Municipal Corporation has asked Narela Zone officials to provide detailed report on Mundka building . The report must be submitted within 48 hours, while it is said that the fire broke out reportedly due to a short circuit .

Officials said the North Delhi Municipal Corporation received a detailed report from Narela Zone officials on Saturday detailing the location and tentative year of construction of the building in Mundka where a massive fire broke out, killing at least 27 people.Police say 29 people are still missing from their families, prompting frantic relatives to search for their loved ones.NDMC Commissioner Sanjay Goel has urged the local civic authorities to prioritize the problem.According to the communiqué, the details must be submitted within 48 hours, while it is said that the fire broke out reportedly due to a short circuit.

According to the letter, it has sought the year of the building's construction and its height; and whether the building was new or new; and if any work was ongoing.It has asked whether the building plan was approved or not, and if not, why.The purpose for which the building was built, whether it was permissible or not, and whether the occupier had received a NOC from the fire department.We also needed information about a factory license, a trade license, conversion fees, property tax, or other municipal charges paid or not.

And, if any municipal official of NDMC commits any irregularity and the appropriate response is taken, the notice reads: On Friday, the fire broke out from the first floor of the building that houses the office of a CCTV camera and router manufacturing and assembling company.A senior fire department officer said earlier in the day that the Mundka building had only one entry and exit point, which might have been to blame for the high number of injuries.According to the officer, the building also did not have a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the fire department.The death toll could have risen to 30 if the building was discovered to have charred remains during cooling operations on Saturday morning, according to the fire department.